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# Name: Ekaterina Golubeva
# E-mail: email@example.com
# Address: Russia , Ukhta
# Seen at:
# Scam scenarios:
ask for money
She approached me via match.com claiming she lived in Iowa City, IA in her introduction. Later, she said she was a musical teacher in a school in Ukhta, Russia and using the computer at her local city libery to write to me. How could I receive her mail daily at 3:00PM-5:00PM CT while there was a 9 hour time difference between CT and Ukhta???rnrnShe said she was in love with me after 3 weeks of correspondence. She asked me for a vacation meeting which I agreed to pay for her expenses if she complied with my requirements. She said she had a nice family will help her!rnMy requirements as follows:rn1. She must pre-paid her own expenses and I will reimburse all her expenses when we are together. rn2. Speak to me by phone regularly. (I will call her).rn3. Show me a copy of her passport.rn4. Speak to me via webcam or show me a picture of her holding my name writing one a piece paper/or my picture.rn5. Give me her home address. I will send her a personal present by certified mail. I want to see a picture of her holding my present. rnrnI told her that I trusted her but her identity must be verified. She showed me a picture of another woman holding a passport which was unreadable. (Please see pic).rnrnShe dropped me like a rock afterward!!!
match.com had removed her posting.
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